Happy Valentine's Day, everyone. I hope you all got to spend the day with someone you care about. :-)
First things first, go see 50 First Dates. It was really a great movie, with some really touching moments once you got past the projectile vomiting and walrus jokes. :-/
Secondly, on Wednesday, February 11, an event unparalleled in human history took place. The Raging Abstract Data Types (I'm not making that up) performed a feat previously unheard of in the annals of Computer Science broomball - we won a game. And not one of those pansy wins by default that you hear so much about. We actually won by scoring more goals than the other team. Well, one goal more. But it's stillmore! Woot!
Thinking about auditioning for the Nova Scotia Youth Choir. I almost certainly won't, given that I suck. But who knows. At least I typed it, which means I now have to give it serious thought. Before I decide not to. ;-) [Seriously though, anything think I've got what it takes to be a mediocre third-string bass or tenor in the NSYC? Be vicious.]
Anyway, I'm off tomorrow night for a week of -- work in Bridgewater, or as I like to call it, a week of "continued stress and adventure - just different stress and adventure".
I wouldn't want it any other way.
The raging abstract data types rock!!!ReplyDelete
We rule. GOALS++.
Sorry, needed to get that out.
I care about Jenni and I spent the day with her. Does that count? :PReplyDelete
I didn't go see "50 First" because I envisioned leaving wishing I could have that 2 hours back. But, if Brandon says it's cool, that says a lot.ReplyDelete
Umm, to me.
Stop it! No laughing!! It does! :)
Now I feel bad for going to see the "Butterfly Effect". D'oh!
Christine: Yes. You lucky duck. :-)ReplyDelete
Everybody was telling me to go see 'Butterfly Effect'; but if Lauren went to see it, that says something to me.ReplyDelete
Everybody: go see every movie. That way, no argument like this will ever happen again. :-)
Hey, Lauren - how did it feel to miss teh bliz-zard of aught-four?
Go for the Youth Choir! You only get opportunities like that once in a while, so take advantage of them. My former room mates (KV and Dana) are both in it, so they can give you the full scoop. And you're a good tenor. You're not Andrea Bocelli...but do you want to be?? That being said, now that you've gone from being a bass to a tenor, I'd quit while you're ahead and stay out of the alto section!ReplyDelete